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Good people are hard to come across in this day and age Thats why theday I had to move away from all my friends some family and give awayfour of my cats and my dog was the worst day of my life There was noturning back as we pulled out of the driveway on to the open road Dreading the thought of being alone in a new place with people I hadnever met before was like being pushed off a cliff without my harnessscared and vulnerable Starting at a new place wasnt what frightenedme but the thought on lonliness and rejection consumed my bodyimmensly I had no friends no direction but most importantly I didnthave me I wasnt myself at all shy and shaky afraid to show who Iwas This isnt mewas the phrase I repeated in my mind while lieingin bed wipping the salty tears from my eyes Imagine waking up to perfect covered trees drapped with pearly whitesnowflakes and stepping outside to have clean cold air running throughyour lungs Now think about waking up to sun blasted in your face inNovember and walking outside slowley to stuffy smogey air push inthrough your nose to your now infused lungs Thats what it was likemoving from New York to California in the middle of November The first week we moved in and got all situated my moms bestfriendsdaughter who is about my age took me bike riding with her Sounds funRight Thats what I thought too A great way to open up and show mywild side Until I found out I would be two hours away from my momDesperate to step out of my shell I went anyway Friday rolls aroundand Im packed and ready to go The ride up there was exciting and I gotto see so much We got in to Apple Valley in to the mountains and setup camp by sunset We were then free to set up the rhino two seater
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